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1 Discrimination Climate Survey 2014 Developed and Executed by: Jennifer Fleming Coordinator of Affirmative Action and Title IX Administration Building, Room 212 Arkansas Tech University Russellville, AR Phone: Fax:

2 Survey Results

3 My sex or gender has impeded my educational pursuits at the University.

4 There are locations where I feel unsafe on or around campus.

5 The University takes my safety seriously

6 I believe the University is transparent regarding the scope of criminal activity on or around campus.

7 I believe there are student organizations, clubs, departments, or areas of the university operation that create a hostile environment on the basis of sex/gender.

8 The University's efforts to prevent sexual harassment (sexual violence, stalking, relationship violence, etc.) are:

9 The University does enough to encourage victims to report sex/gender discrimination.

10 The University makes appropriate timely warnings to the community regarding incidents of sexual violence.

11 The University is transparent to the community about who is responsible for coordinating the University's efforts to address sexual/gender violence and discrimination.

12 The University's policies on nondiscrimination are clear. nondiscrimination.php

13 The University's policy on Sexual Harassment are clear. sxharassment.php

14 The University's policies on sexual misconduct are clear. sexualmisconduct.php

15 Knowing the University has an amnesty policy (a policy indicating I would not be charged for my own minor policy violations such as underage consumption of alcohol that may have occurred during the incident) would encourage me to report victimization of others.

16 Knowing the University has an amnesty policy (a policy indicating I would not be charged for my own minor policy violations such as underage consumption of alcohol that may have occurred during the incident) would encourage me to report victimization I experience.

17 If I experience victimization on the basis of my sex/gender, I would feel most comfortable reporting it to (check all that apply):

18 The University adequately accommodates pregnant and parenting students.

19 Have you ever been a recipient of unwelcome sexual contact/harassment or have participated in the sexual misconduct process?

20 The University imposes appropriate consequences for those who engage in acts of sexual harassment, sexual assault, relationship violence and similar acts of sex/gender discrimination

21 Victims of sexual harassment/violence on this campus feel safe reporting their victimization

22 The University offers victims who report offenses with adequate support, resources, and services

23 University employees, who are first responders, are adequately trained on intake for victims.

24 University employees, who are first responders, are adequately trained on advocacy for victims

25 University administrators do not engage in victim- blaming when victims come forward to report victimization

26 The University offers sufficient protection from retaliation for those who report sexual/gender violence and discrimination

27 The University’s resolution procedures for addressing all forms or sex/gender discrimination/violence are easy to find

28 The University does a good job providing both on and off campus resources to victims


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